Secret Service Agents Suspended For Leaking Congressman's Info
The Secret Service suspended dozens of agents Friday for misconduct. But the agency has a long way to go to rehabilitate its image.By Eugene Daniels | November 17, 2015
Dozens of Secret Service agents have been suspended for leaking information about Rep. Jason Chaffetz. The information was from a 2003 job application for the Secret Service.
Secret Service Director Joseph P. Clancy called the actions "inexcusable and unacceptable" during a congressional hearing.
"I would like to publicly renew my apology for this breach of trust and affirm my commitment to restoring it," Clancy told lawmakers Tuesday.